What is Fibre cement?
Fibre cement is a composite material that is made up of sand, cement and cellulose fibres. Fibre cement cladding comes in various forms but it is most commonly seen in sheet form, and in horizontal boards.
What are the different types of render?
Generally, modern render can be divided into three main types: mineral, acrylic and silicone – but there are other options, as I'll present later. Normally these need only one coat of 1mm-4mm thickness, but this is highly influenced by the substrate material used under the render.
What does Monocouche mean?
Monocouche renders are a type of decorative finish applied to the outside of buildings to provide both decoration and weather protection. Derived from the French, and meaning mono or single layer, Monocouche renders are modern single coat renders which can be applied by hand or machine.
What is K rendering?
K Rend is a top-quality rendering product manufactured from silicone for superior water repelling results. By using an advanced silicone, the technology used to create K Rend means that a high level of water repellency is achieved on the building or wall surface being rendered.
Can K Rend be smooth?
1. Texture - K Rend products come in a variety of textures from smooth and refined to textured and traditional. It is important you choose the right texture when rendering a house or commercial property.
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